Margunn Bjørnholt joins the Norwegian Centre for Violence and Traumatic Stress Studies (NKVTS) as a research professor from 1 January 2016. She will head a 3-year research project on intimate partner violence, with particular emphasis on gender, gender equality and power relations. The project is funded by the Ministry of Justice and Public Security.
Oslo Research (ORES) is an independent social science research institute in Oslo, Norway. We provide research, analysis and policy advice.
Senior Researcher Margunn Bjørnholt has been awarded competence as a (full) professor in gender studies by an evaluation committee appointed by the University of Stavanger. The committee consisted of Nina Lykke (Linköping University), May-Len Skilbrei (University of Oslo Faculty of Law) and Oluf Langhelle (University of Stavanger).
ORES Director Margunn Bjørnholt spoke on the investment management of the Norwegian Government Pension Fund Global (the ‘Oil Fund’) from a human rights perspective at a UN side event on the financial crisis, the recession and human rights in New York.
A kick-off meeting held in Łódź in October 2013 marked the start of the project EFFECT.
ORES Director Margunn Bjørnholt is guest editor of an issue of the journal Retfærd: Nordic Journal of Law and Justice, that explores the relevance and possible uses of the American legal theorist Martha Albertson Fineman’s vulnerability approach in a Nordic context.
Oslo Research and two partners, Norwegian Social Research (NOVA) and the Nofer Institute of Occupational Medicine (Poland), have received a grant from the Polish-Norwegian Research Programme under the EEA Grants/Norway Grants funding scheme for a study of work–life balance among Polish and Polish-Norwegian couples, to be carried out 2013–2016.